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the director of community affairs. it is a great pleasure to introduce mr. john martin. >> thank you all for being here. [applause] thank you for being here for the opening of the marine response emergency facility. i want to begin by introducing several dignitaries. the first is commission vice president mike hardeman. thank you. and commissioner steve nakaja. and i want to introduce our police department deputy chief at the airport, the guy in charge. david chen is here. from the adjacent coast guard facility, the commander. and we have staff members from our congressional delegation. we have staff members from senator feinstein's office, nancy pelosi's office, and others. thank you for joining us today. [applause] throughout our history, safety and security has always been our priority. safety and security of our passengers, and safety of our employees. we are building on that commitment by commissioning what is the first fire rescue boat house facility on the west coast of the united states. more simply -- [airplane noise] we are at an airport. this is the first marine emergency resp
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. ♪ >>> well, there's a new and fascinating look inside the oval office of john f. kennedy. >> president kennedy, like several presidents before and after, installed two recording devices in the office, and they captured hundreds of hours of history-making decisions and moments in his family life. >> now the new book has details of those conversations. diane sawyer has more. >> i remember really clearly being under the desk and making necklaces and trying to get candy from the grown-ups who were around. >> reporter: caroline kennedy says it's wonderful to hear him laughing when she walks in, demanding attention. >> i won't let you do much. >> reporter: that sound is little john, pounding under the desk, no idea he's hitting a microphone. his father, just relaxed. >> it was really like being in his company while you're listening. that was really a wonderful feeling for me. >> reporter: what you hear on the tape is a man possibly calm in a crisis. intelligence discovered the soviets placed nuclear missiles inside cuba, aimed at the u.s. >> how far advanced is this? >> sir, we've never seen
room as the judge ordered the release of convicted murderer john smith prosecutors say the chief witness recanted saying the police pressured him, his grandmother more restaurant to pay for his defense. >>> i'm happy and sad but the part of me in there with him on free now to >>> john smith is 37 years old he entered the courtroom wearing the prison jumpsuit but was released by the end of the day >>> the c h p investigates l a pedestrian and the up in the path of speeding cars on 680, the man was killed after being struck by two cars near the storm ridge exit near pleasanton all southbound lanes were shut down for three hours. jury selection under way for the woman in the center of the crime lab controversy debra man in accused of stealing evidence from the lab where she worked as a technician. the lab was closed two years ago hundreds of criminal cases thrown out because of the alleged tampering. definition of small apartment in san francisco could change, supervisors will vote whether to allow developers to build units as small as 220 square feet including kitchen, bath and clo
answer them online. we can check online as well. thanks, rich. >>> still ahead on "world news," john f. kennedy's secret tape. revealing a president's private anger, his probing, his questions. the stories behind the iconic picture, john john playing in the oval office? sister caroline kennedy remembers. flu protection with a 90% smaller needle. a 90% smaller needle. announcing fluzone intradermal vaccine, a 90% smaller needle, wow that's...short. to learn more talk to your health care provider. [ female announcer ] fluzone intradermal vaccine is fda approved for 18-64 year olds. it shouldn't be given to anyone with a severe allergic reaction to any vaccine component including eggs, egg products or a prior dose of influenza vaccine. tell your doctor if you've ever had guillian-barrÉ syndrome. redness, firmness, swelling and itching at the injection site occur more frequently than with fluzone vaccine. other common side effects include pain, head ache, fatigue and muscle aches. if you have other symptoms or problems following vaccination call your doctor immediately. vaccination may no
bacon, john. >> it's not bad. you are not a fan. >> facon. >> desperate. i can do turkey bacon. >> i can't do it. high in sodium anyway. if you are going to take a hit -- take the real bacon. delightful, delicious. >> pony up extra and get real bacon. >> i would. i would. >> black market. go under the bridge, score bacon? >> i would. >>> thunderstorms, from oklahoma to ohio. rain could move in this evening in western pennsylvania, upstate new york. showers from orlando down to miami. showers around the rockies and four corners region. >> 76, billings. 66, salt lake city. 70s, omaha to indianapolis. and the northeast. mostly 80s in the south. >>> and we have some wonderful news to share about a colleague who co-anchored "world news now" in the not too distant past. >> congratulations to diana perez on delivering devon rodgers. held there by diana's husband deuces. >> works at our philadelphia nation. devon arrived at 9:36 a.m., with a full head of hair, weighing 7 pounds, 13 ounces. dad is a sports anchor, dreaming big dreams. and everyone is healthy and happy. congratulations to them. >>
, there is in such thing as a gaffe. where you are on the right or the left, i urge you to read and follow john because he has a way of stepping back. i'm not blowing out smoke. john, there is a double standard. i have always said it. i don't care if you are on the right or left. you have to wonder about a comment like that going by. if a republican had said it, it would have gotten a bit more scrutiny. >>guest: well, the president of the united states, in the aftermath of one of his arches being murdered and potentially dragged through the streets of benghazi, referring to the aftermath of difficulties in the wake of the arab spring as "bumps in the road" is guilty of a gross insensitivity to the meaning of this event. had it been spoken, say, by george w. bush in 2004, the question you have to ask color self, with "sixty minutes", they knew about it, would that is led to the newscast or led to the today show and the morning and be on the front page? six front pages, main political stories on monday, not one of them dealt with the "60 minutes" interview. my view is we are at a point where gaffes which us
is in the aiddle of the still-ongoing violence. john miller has the investigation. we asked mitt romney about those outdid comments that have shaken up his campaign. is it just that when someone is inning for president in this day and age you can't always say what you believe? dr. jon lapook on a discovery that experts say could lead to a cure for breast cancer. and mark phillips with a killer for the irish republican army. she's told us her story, but will the police get to hear it. captioning sponsored by cbs pt this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. president obama said today the united states is gathering evidence in the murders of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans, but he said "there is no doubt that the assault on the u.s. consulate in benghazi this past september 11 wasn't just a mob action." evidence is growing that the murder of ambassador chris ssevens was planned and targeted. in new york today the president of libya met with secretary of ofate clinton at the united nations. he said that the libyan people had lost a friend. a year
morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson is on assignment. >> i'm sunny hostin, in for paula faris. we begin this tuesday with the firestorm over "monday night football" and what seems like a new low point in the lockout of nfl referees. >> the third week was definitely not the charm for the replacement refs. their string of controversial calls came to a head at the end of last night's seattle/green bay game. >> the game's final play. it's a wilson loft to the end zone. >> reporter: seattle tried for a game-winning hail mary pass that looked like an interception. >> who has it? who did they give it to? touchdown. >> reporter: mike tirico calling it on espn. but the refs were literally giving mixed signals. >> after review, the call on the field stands, touchdown, seattle. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you'll ever see. >> reporter: the stunning ending seeming to hurt not just the packers' record, but the very integrity of the game. former coach jon gruden alongside tirico. >> this is comical to me. really. mike, i'll tell you, that's two of the worst calls at the end of a footbal
-year referee currently s about $78,000. john gonzalez reporting. former and current nfl players weighed in on the antroversial call along with wisconsin state senator. tweeted that at was robbed by the referees. and that the league could find him and use the money to pay the referees. trade aikman said the games are aikman.- troy and another player said this e if theill be a jok lockout does not end. stay with wjla.com for the latest. men vying forhe the white house will be in new york city this morning. president obama speaking at the un general assembly. mitt romney speaking at the clinical global initiative along with president obama. >> president obama at the podium on thely statementsseries of by the iranian president, who that israel had no roots in the middle east. he speaks to the general .ssembly he discussed international including a potential israel over iran's's nuclear program. you fear that war is ?mminent perhaps even before the end of the year between your country srael?s rai >> the zionists are very much adventuresome, seeking to agitate things. think they see themselve
packed tonight, so i apologize for lack of seating in the back. i am inspector john wrote a and chief inspector secretary. -- john monroe. i would like to welcome you to the 2012 middle of valor ceremony. can we all please rise for the pledge of allegiance. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america. into the republic, for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. thank you. you can have a seat. i would like to acknowledge and introduce some of the people we have on the stage with us. first, at the police commission president, thomas mazzucco, commissioner kingsley, paul henderson from the mayor's office as representing because the mayor was unable to come tonight. also, we have commissioner loftus. also, the command at steep. d staff. deputy chief james that lake, lyn tomioka, leanora militello, and next to lyn commander biel, corrier from field comman. i would like to introduce chief grigory p. suhr. >> good evening, and hopefully lyn still wants to be your boss tomorrow. i know it is quiet and there are a lot of kids
to "early start," i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. the big story this morning, the eyes of the world will be on president obama as he speaks to the united nations general assembly on its opening day. the president is expected to address the recent violence in the middle east, the u.s. consulate attack in libya and issue a new warning to iran about its nuclear program. >> but president obama is not meeting one-on-one with any of the world leaders. he had 13 bilateral meetings last year. cnn foreign affairs reporter is with us. what can we expect from the president's speech this morning? >> obviously the president is going to touch on some of the big issues out there. he's going to talk about syria and how to contain the crisis there and get president bashar al assad out. he has to address the last couple of weeks, the consulate attack in libya but more importantly, the raging protests that have gone through the middle east, these anti-american protests. secretary clinton was speaking to the clinton global initiative yesterday and previewed what the
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of the second great debate between richard nixon and john f. kennedy. right before that debate the kennedy brothers arrived to discover something weird had happened. the temperature was meat locker level. so cold they couldn't believe it, and they knew why. kennedy's television adviser went racing to the basement and found nixon's guy standing watch on the thermostat. nixon had sweated in that first debate, and it cost him. this time the nixon people were intent on freezing the room so cold that nixon couldn't sweat at all. well, after a standoff in that basement in our headquarters and some threats to call the police, they agreed to bring the temperature up. well, think this stuff doesn't matter? it all matters. just like everything we do, wear, look like, act like, seem like in our first debates -- actually our first dates when we were growing up, remember? today we look at the serious stuff that will matter, where they stand and they disagree. i'm joined by bob shrum and the great david corn, famous for having unearthed that very important 47% speech by romney he never wanted us to hear
for next year. the summer drought is blamed. john brady of rj o'brien hopes to bring home some bacon today. what are you watching in the market today john? > > i think that the market will continue to focus on events in europe, specifically a big day on thursday and friday as both spain and france put forth their 2013 budgets. but more importantly, investors and traders want to see a little bit more clarity as regards the formal spanish request for a bailout. there's been some tension recently between german and spanish officials regarding that formal request, and if we get a little bit of visibility on the horizon regarding that request, we think the markets probably move a little bit higher, after they put that formal request to bail out behind them. > > on to that tech mix. yesterday, we saw a sell-off in apple, some disappointment over the 5 million iphones that were sold over the weekend, and facebook fell apart. but google hit a new high. > > that's right. what you see, i think, is you're seeing sort of allocation differentials to three of those names specifically. but i think in the
chief, john rice, saying that basically, the audacity of your putting forward some of the proposals that you had, you do think that and frequently you were the only woman in the room, do you think that that worked against you, was it held against you? excluded from discussions because of it? >> i don't know exa lot of people ask me that question and young women ask me that question, feeling excluded or left out or not listened to, may be gender or not. you can drive yourself crazy trying to figure it out. there, were i think, people that had some lack of respect for the fdic, too reviewed us as the regulator for those little people that had less than $100,000 in the bank. i think there was maybe some arrogance toward the agency, too. so, i don't know why, but i do know that our voice wasn't heard as much as it should. i was not included in as many meetingsize should have been, not advance warning i should have been. >> one points, you were getting most of your information from cnbc. >> yes. >> that treasury and fed were not talking to you. >> they were not talking to us, like we wer
lennar raking in ovr 1.1 billion last quarter. john, with whether this shows if housing is recovery, john, i think with housing if we how is that bloodletting has stopped that people feel better, that appears to be the case. >>i think it is good news, market has bottomed. but it should have bottomed years ago if the government let the market clear, they extended the correction period, and made it worse. but, housing is a big driver in the economy. the interesting question is how much we should be in housing. federal reserve holding down long-term interest rates, incident in housing we got ask the crisis, -- housing is consumption, it is not investment, we have a country that is deep in debt, as a individual and the national level. so how much do you want is an interesting question. neil: argument for, incentivizing that, we can only do better than where we are. we'll never get back to where we were, so every little bit helps, banks showing a greater will notion rented. -- to lend, and consumers more qualified. >> i think that housing beginning to recover is a good thing, but i think it is
and wavering conviction. >> let's get more on what's going on with our chief national correspondent john king and chief political analyst gloria borger. his aides keep saying he, but romney will never apologize for america. the accusation being that president obama has repeatedly supposedly apologized for america. >> you've heard this from lots of republicans and over the last year so that the president apologizes for america, that he doesn't believe in american exceptionalism. it's no surprise to me, wolf, that we're hearing this now. look, there's a crisis in the middle east. the only poll numbers in fact in which the president is going down are in foreign policy by sort of a handful of points. so this is a moment for mitt romney to take advantage of that. because in every other poll number, the president seems to be heading in the other direction, ie going up. so he's trying to take advantage of that and to tell people, you know, things aren't going so well in the middle east. this is a president who hasn't been as strong as he says he's been. and wants to get some kind of advantage and so
to mind. aisha tyler, stephanie miller john fugelsang, and hal sparks. the sexy liberal comedy tour. this is comedy news that you need to know new york. >> do it live. ♪ hot child in the city ♪ >> on saturday october 27th the sexy liberal comedy tour will perform live on stage at the world famous beacon theater. it's progressive, it's sexy -- kind of like fdr in a thong -- okay. it's nothing like that. the stephanie miller sexy liberal comedy tour. october 27th live at the beacon theater. >> stephanie: wow! thank you tom hartman. fdr in a thong, he's a scamp. very, very exciting. speaking of excitement this saturday the big seattle sexy liberal. also a big name on celebrity panel. >> bill gates? >> stephanie: stop speculating. it is a surprise. you want to know the extra excitement, west burrow baptist church is protesting us. won't that be fun. >> god hates that church. >> stephanie: yes, god hates the sexy liberal comedy tour. so we have to hire extra security. and i'm going to bring cream rinse. what was her name? i'm a helper. i'll bring her ovation cell therap
are winning much better than the lottery the price could be a new place to live >>> john ramos on the new look for city housing >>> this does not come along often >>> oakland housing authority began taking applications for subsidized housing but the line of people went to a new online application process >>> people don't have to stand in line with paper they don't have to come and they don't have to do a first-come first-served process >>> libraries are offering help to people who don't own computers at the end of the week a computer will randomly select 8000 names to go on a waiting list for city sponsored housing, they expect 15,000 people to apply, one of them robin williams who has been shopping for a car >>> were looking for a car for a place to live the back seat >>> and apartments might be available that means a lot then? >>> that means a helluva lot to me >>> that is how desperate the need is, you might be surprised to see what the apartments look like this one features hardwood floors to tone bank and the view of the courtyard working with a federal grant the authority hired staff to
if japanese tsunami debris has come aboard. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler has more. >> reporter: you can see the occasional bit of plastic on the beach but volunteers cleared beaches from santa cruz to monterey. >> reporter: in a warehouse they call the trash lab researchers went through a tiny fraction of the 8-tons volunteers picked up. >> our beaches are bees used heavily and we are still leaving stuff behind. >> shoes, socks, cans, bottles, all kinds of stuff. you name it, we can find it on the beach. >> reporter: they are on the look out for debris from the japanese sunomy. -- tsunami. >> someone was eating on the beach and left it there. >> 1.5 million tons swept out to sea from japan. officials said a dozen confirmed from japan. none in california. >> it is a big ocean. much can sink. it is phenomenal that individual items will find their ways to the shores. >> reporter: researchers were identifying dangerous stuff. >> getting a better understanding of the hazards out there. >> reporter: scientists are hoping to convince manufacturers and policy makers to protect our ocea
tonight john smith was released from an l.a. county jail two hours ago reunited with his family including nieces and nephews he never met. a judge decided smith should be freed after prosecutors were convinced the lone witness had lied >>> i like to see my family, i appreciate them and look forward to tomorrow >>> will go to my grandmother's and eat dinner and enjoy music and tell stories >>> smith's grandmother more mr. home to pay for his initial defense to set despite spending half his life in prison he is not better. >>> san francisco as police chief got an earful from people in the mission district, upset about the hooliganism that followed an officer involved shooting protesters went on to rampage in the neighborhood breaking windows, residents at a community meeting asked why police are not doing their job to keep the peace. >>> this community has done and worked and struggled to make changes, but it has not been enough >>> the mission is a safe place and vibrant community the san francisco police department and those selected by you to serve you and community members we work with
came to a head last night. john muller shows us more: >> final play, end zone -- >> reporter: game winning hail mary pass looked like an interception. >> who has i? touchdown! >> reporter: calling it on espn the refs were giving mixed signals. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. game is over. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you will ever see! >> reporter: seeming to hurt not just the packers' record but the integrity of the game, gruden alongside tirico. >> this is comical, really. >> two of the worst calls i could remember. >> reporter: it capped a week in which belichick got furious after his team's loss to the ravens putting his hands-on a ref. >> i have never meant any disrespect or in any way tried to abuse or be disrespectful to the officials and the job they do. >> reporter: it has created a social media firestorm. drew brees tweeted at the end of the monday night game, tonight hurts me greatly this is not the league we are supposed to represent. it is in the hands of the nfl and the officials' union after the packers loss matthews posting commissioner goo
you. next speaker. >> hello supervisors. my name is john gallagher and i'm the new human rights organizer at the coalition on homelessness. i have been there a month and a half. i have heard two supervisors say you have been working with the coalition on homelessness. i never heard a word about it until the end of the work day on friday. in that time i have called all of the agencies that help homeless people that i could think of in order to get people here. it seems to me at the very least if you do pass this, you should give us some more time and look at it later. how did i say that wrong? don't pass this or put it off so we have time to consider it and let more people know what is going to happen. saturday i spent the day in outreach, handing out flyers to people living in their vehicles along golden gate park and the ocean. there sure seemed to be a lot of them. i did see some commercial vehicles. i also urge you to limit it to commercial vehicles and not people's homes. i have heard on the phone were making some proviso that people could have their vehicles in someplace, a
and taken into custody. at the conclusion of the encounter, sir john ryan and officer lieu maintain security on the screen -- on the scene until additional officers arrived to assist. an ambulance was immediately summoned. the suspect was transported to san francisco general hospital and later succumbed to his gunshot wounds. in the bank robbery suspect in this incident displayed an outrageous lack of concern for life, public safety, and property for what the course of the criminal rampage that began in irvine, california. he used a firearm to rob to banks in southern california, of threatening to shoot the tellers if they did not comply. gave no consideration to anyone who got in the way of his criminal ambition or effort to escape. as a direct result of his disregard for anyone who might come in to counter with his criminal endeavors, and as well as san francisco police officer lives were jeopardized. the suspect complete disregard for the public put a great risk any person who might inadvertently cross his path, should he escape from the park. searchers got ryan, rubin reyes recognize the
sound outside of his privacy gate. he was taken to johns hopkins with gunshot wounds but died soon after. then after 1:00 this morning, officers found another victim inside a dodge caravan. he was pronounced dead at the scene. we are learning more about the shooting in west baltimore we first brought you on monday. an officer was forced to shoot a robbery suspect after a violent confrontation. two officers were called to the 4200 block of potter street where they found a man who matched the description of a suspected robber. when officers tried to question the man, things spiraled out of control. >> the suspect engaged one of the officers. they got into a physical altercation. he pulled out a weapon. the backup officers saw the suspect withdraw a weapon. he withdrew his service revolver and fired one shot. >> the suspect was taken to the hospital with a bullet wound in his stomach. we're told the a two weapons on his person at the time. the officer involved in the shooting is on routine administrative leave. police tried to question 22-roll joseph lopez after receiving reports of a suspi
. a spokesperson says they are not sure of the person was a johns hopkins employee but says -- the comment made light of the family lost and does not represent the johns hopkins community. >> acting police commissioner anthony board still is sticking medical leave and will be out indefinitely. his absence is effective immediately. he took the reins of the force earlier this year following the retirement of his previous commissioner. his name was officially nominated at the city council meeting. a hearing has not yet been scheduled. it baltimore police spokesman said the department expects bart still to return after his recovery. the reason for medical leave has not yet been revealed. this is followed the retirement of jesse owden, and had a criminal investigation division. >> an officer was forced to issue a robbery suspect after a confrontation with a fellow officer. it unfolded around 4:30 in sw baltimore. it found a man who matched the description of the suspected robber neil -- robber neal yale ave. a struggle broke out. >> the suspect engaged one of the officers, they got into a physical c
, which ever way you look at it, john, being a minority and/or poor is a net positive. >> jon: all right. al maddrey gal and jessica williams, (cheers and applause). >> jon: my guest tonight is best selling author, his new book is a memoir called "joseph anton." please welcome to the program salman rushdie. (cheers and applause) how are you? >> not so bad, thank you. >> jon: um, wow. (laughter) "owe josef anton: a memoir." you went through hell. but i think it's very difficult to place yourself in someone else's shoes until you read about it in vivid and quite beautifully written prose. >> oh, thank you. >> jon: oh, you're very welcome. describe that-- it's sort of this incredible day, it's valentine's day. go through the day you find out that another nation's leader has singled you out to die for a book you wrote. >> well, i was sitting at home, i got called at home by the bbc. >> jon: this ises pretwitter? (laughter) >> pretwitter, prefacebook, there's no cell phone. there's just fax machines. remember those? >> jon: i do remember those. (laughter) >> well, that's how long ago it was.
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nations john assembly. the president started the speech with a tribute to the ambassador to libya, christopher stevens, a couple weeks after he was assassinated along with three other americans on u.s. soil at the consulate in benghazi. the date was 9/11. >> chris stevens embodied the best of america. he built bridges across oceans of cultures and deeply invested in the international cooperation that the united nations represents. today, we must reafell our future will be determined by people like chris stevens and not by his killer. >>shepard: the attack came during a spike in anti-american violence in north africa some in response to the amateur anti-islam video that marked mohammed. the president today said the u.s. government had nothing to do with the video and condemned the backlash. he defended the constitution from protecting the trite practice free speech. >> americans have fought and died around the globe to protect the right of all people to express their views, even views we disagree with. we do fault do so because we support hateful speech but because our founders und
. >>> for the second time in a week, atlanta falcons football player has been arrested. falcons defensive end john abraham was accused of obstructing police and firefighters at the scene of an attempted suicide last night. investigators say he refused orders to leave. the victim, the woman did not jump and was taken to the hospital just last week running back michael turner was arrested on dui charges. >>> will you see governor romney coming out. bill clinton introducing him. >> good morning. i want to begin by thanking governor romney for coming here today. i think this is really important. all of you who are there last night know if we can't find ways to cooperate over these issues, we can't find it anywhere. this is really important. and i -- thought i would introduce him by giving you an example of one personal experience we thing together. when i passed the americorps legislation and signed it through congress, the model for me was a program based in boston called city year which -- a lot of you know about it. it is a great program. when i left the white house, there was some discussion about
mix bars. 100% natural. 100% delicious. >> there is no such thing as a free lunch. john alzheimer is here in two minutes cheryl: and fox business alert. airlines are collecting more than $1.5 billion in back fees that his largest amount ever collected in a six-month period. delta airlines collecting most fees. $30 million. united airlines coming in second with $350 million. can you take your carry-on? airlines are not the only ones winning on the bottom line. in the focus tonight, the most basic services. penalizing customers just for bringing in business. we have john ulzheimer from smartcredit.com. a huge piece in "the wall street journal." talking about the fact that there is no such thing as a free checking account anymore. we need to get used to this reality or do you think it's going to go back and the in the way of the consumer at some point? >> no, that's interesting. this step seems to ebb and flow. a lot of banks were implementing fees on debit cards and the consumers were outraged. all of a sudden, the banks acquiesced and stopped charging fees. it was a matter of time
ahead for six weeks and beyond? john heilemann is new york magazine national affairs editor and an msnbc contributor. and i must give you congratulations, john. i was out there with you, you and mark halperin wrote the book that picked up four, count them, four emmys this weekend, this sunday night. we all watched. it must be amazing to be part of a show that included that first hour or so of that show and then it got intellectual when you got up there. it was pretty impressive. congratulations. it's all part of television. susan page, thank you. i'm sure you'll get your emmy come day for front page reporting with "usa today." let me ask you about a game changing situation. i know you don't want to give away your next book. it seems bill clinton's speech in charlotte not only changed the political sort of feel but people gab to feel coming ou the of that according to some polling i have seen feeling better about the economy objectively. >> yes. >> tell me about that. >> i think hugely important that speech. i think in a way even conservatives have ok nageed the speech was kind of a game
's a problem, says john fun, an expert on the subject. >> if someone walks in and votes in the name of a dead person, they don't have to show id, how likely is that dead person to intervene? >> reporter: the justice department or state and federal courts have block td this in three states. texas, wisconsin, south carolina, which is currently appealing. pennsylvania is pending. alabama and mississippi need the green light from the justice department. of the eight, only tennessee and kansas voters have to meet the tough standards. >> we want to make it easy to vote and tough to cheat. we can do both. >> reporter: and with both sides fighting against any voter being disenfranchised in november, neither side wants to give up. some say it's an unnecessary attempt to roll back voter rights. will many, many voters be confused and unable to comply? joining me now is john avlon. listen to mrs. obama over the weekend. >> we cannot let anyone discourage us from casting our ballots. we cannot make anyone make it feel unwelcome in the voting booth. it's up to us to make sure that in every election, every
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